AERA Virtual Research Learning Center
 
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New Courses offered through the Virtual Research Learning Center

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Sensitivity Analysis: Quantifying the Discourse About Causal





Kenneth Frank
Inference Instructors: Kenneth Frank, Michigan State University

Participants will learn how to quantify concerns about causal inferences due to unobserved variables or populations.


VRLC Course Trailer:
Sensitivity Analysis


Improving Generalizations from Experiments: New Methods

Larry V. Hedges


Elizabeth Tipton
Instructors: Larry V. Hedges, Northwestern University; Elizabeth Tipton, Teachers College, Columbia University

Course is aimed at researchers of all levels who are interested in either making generalizations from large-scale experiments that have been completed or planning to conduct large-scale experiments.


VRLC Course Trailer:
Improving Generalizations from Experiments


How to Get Published: Guidance from Emerging and Senior Scholars (2014)

Patricia A.
Alexander
Instructors: Patricia A. Alexander, University of Maryland – College Park; Sandra Loughlin, University of Maryland – College Park; Emily Grossnickle, University of Maryland – College Park; Alexandra List, University of Maryland – College Park; Jeffery A. Greene, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Matthew McCrudden, Victoria, University of Wellington, New Zealand; Panayiota Kendeou, Neapolis University Pafos, Cyprus; Gregory Hancock, University of Maryland – College Park; Diane Schallert, University of Texas, Austin; Sofie Loyens, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands; DeLeon Gray, North Carolina State University

This course will provide graduate students and early career faculty with critical information about how to publish.


VRLC Course Trailer:
How to Get Published (2014)










Mapping Your Educational Research: Putting Spatial Concepts into Practice with GIS
Instructors: Mark Hogrebe, Washington University in St. Louis; Doug Geverdt, U.S. Census Bureau

This course introduces geographic information systems technology (GIS) as a means to help researchers investigate the spatial context of education.


VRLC Course Trailer:
Mapping Your Educational Research

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How to Analyze Large-Scale Assessments Data from Matrix Booklet Sampling Design: Focus on Psychometrics behind and Hands-on Analysis Using Actual Sample Data 
The goal of this course is to provide researchers who are interested in large-scale assessments data from matrix booklet sampling design. 

Course Description/Registration | Course Trailer


How to Get Published: Guidance from Emerging and Senior Scholars (2013)
This course will provide graduate students and early career faculty and researchers with critical information about how to publish.

Course Description/Registration|Course Trailer

VRLC Course Trailer:
How to Get Published (2013)
 

International Education Research Made Easier: How to Use Several Free Online Data Tools 
This course will cover how to use three newly developed web tools applicable to education research at the national and international level. 

Course Description/Registration | Course Trailer


Introduction to the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Longitudinal Database - OPEN ACCESS COURSE 
This course introduces researchers to data collected by the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Project. Supported by a grant from the Gates Foundation. 

Course Description/Registration | AERA-MET Dissertation Fellowship Webinar | Course Trailer


VRLC Course Trailer:
Introduction to the MET Database

Using the National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth for Education Research
This course will introduce new users, and reacquaint past users with the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY79), the NLSY79 Child and Young Adult, and the NLSY97 data sets. 

Course Description/Registration | Course Trailer


 
 
   
     
   
 
 
 
About the AERA-VRLC
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The AERA Virtual Research Learning Center (VRLC) is a virtual space for students, early career and advanced scholars, practitioners, and others in the education research community to receive professional development and research capacitybuilding trainings. 
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To access the AERA-VRLC, visit the AERA-VRLC Registration Website. Feel free to contact AERA-VRLC at profdevel@aera.net with any questions.

 
 
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